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The TN government will create a mega park of books

Chennai, March 15 (IANS): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin announced on Tuesday that the state government would establish a mega book park in the state and the land for it was being identified. He made the announcement while addressing a program at Kalaivnar Aragam in Chennai after presenting …

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TN government doctors will hold a symbolic fast on Wednesday

Chennai, March 1 (IANS): Tamil Nadu government doctors will take part in a quick symbolic protest on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The protest is about a number of demands, including appropriate relief for the families of government doctors who died of Covid-19. They are also claiming the …

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Residents and officials revive a government school in the village of Belthangady | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: The government upper primary school at Kookrabettu in Belthangady taluk, about 60 km from Mangaluru, was about to close in 2019, with only 16 students enrolled. However, the concerted efforts of the district administration, with the support of the locals, have helped breathe new life into this institution, with …

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Kerala policeman arrested for assaulting doctor

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 11 (IANS): A police officer attached to Adoor police station has been arrested for assaulting a doctor, police said on Friday. The incident happened at a private clinic in Noornadu in Alappuzha district when the arrested police official Ratheesh took his sick mother to the clinic on …

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No proposal to rename the existing Mangaluru Airport has been received from the Government of Karnataka: Center

Press release New Delhi, February 7: VK Singh, Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation, said no proposal to rename the existing Mangaluru International Airport had yet been received from the Karnataka state government. The question was posed by MP Dr Subramanian Swamy in the Rajya Sabha on …

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Karnataka government orders uniform dress code in all schools and colleges

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (DV) Bangalore, February 5: The state education department has issued an order that within the boundaries of the pre-university education department of Karnataka, students must wear uniforms as stipulated by the college development board or the supervising committee of college administration. The state government on …

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Bommai says state government is doing its duty as ‘Trividha Dasoha’

From our special correspondent Daijiworld Media Network Bangalore, January 21: The state government does its duty in the form of “Trividha Dasoha” or three forms of charity or service such as providing Anna (food), Ashraya (shelter/housing) and Akshara (education) to the underprivileged sections of society . Addressing …

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Won’t stop transfers without hearing government claims: Telangana HC

HYDERABAD: The Telangana High Court reiterated on Tuesday that it would not uphold state government-issued GO 317, which prescribed standards for transfers of government employees and teachers. However, the court assured that the transfers of all the employees, who had come to court, would be the final result of the …

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CAG Report Reveals How Mehbooba Mufti’s Government Hijacked Prime Minister’s Development Funds

By Ahmed Ali Fayyaz New Delhi, January 17: In a special audit report submitted to the government and tabled in Parliament, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) revealed massive irregularities in the Prime Minister’s Development Program (PMDP) fund under the government of Mehbooba Mufti in Jammu- and Kashmir. CAG …

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Vedakumar urges Telangana government to restore fire-hit Secunderabad club

Hyderabad: Vedakumar Manikonda, president of the Deccan Heritage Academy, has expressed shock at the massive fire that broke out at the Secunderabad Club on Saturday night. In a statement he released today, he said the heritage building housing the historic Secunderabad Club was created in British times, carefully and aesthetically …

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Mangaluru: “Mekedatu Padayatra, a trick to tarnish the image of the government” – Vedavyasa Kamath

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, January 15: “The Padayatra organized by the State Congress on the issue of the execution of the Mekedatu project is an outright political ploy to discredit the state government. This was part of the conspiracy hatched by this gone to smear the image …

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Bengaluru: government authorizes private Covid care centers, sets tariffs

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, January 12: The state government, hearing of the growing incidence of the coronavirus pandemic in the state, has authorized the opening of private Covid care centers. Recall that during the second wave of the pandemic, several hotels were transformed into temporary hospitals. Lodges …

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Bengaluru: Mekedatu padayatra – Police order Kanakapura resorts to close, Congress angered

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (MS) Bangalore, January 7: The padayatra intended to be organized by Congress to pressure the ruling BJP government to go ahead with the implementation of Mekedatu from January 9 has become a matter of prestige for both parties. Congress is determined to go ahead with …

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Covid-19: Karnataka government to review weekend lockdown and nighttime curfew

Some ministers expressed reservations about imposing a weekend lockdown and nighttime curfew across Karnataka, citing the relatively lower positivity rates for COVID-19 in the districts compared to Bengaluru With some ministers having expressed reservations about imposing a statewide weekend lockdown for two weeks until January 19, the state government is …

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Bangalore: Covid vaccine for children – State government issues guidelines

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (MS) Bangalore, Jan 1 The state government had decided to vaccinate children between the ages of 15 and 18 as cases of the Omicron variant of Covid are on the rise. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai called on all district ministers and deputies to launch the …

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Chiefs of civic services and police hold meeting to curb the spread of Covid in Bengaluru

Bangalore, December 30 (IANS): Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta on Wednesday called on relevant officials to take the necessary steps to control the spread of Covid-19 and its latest variant Omicron within BBMP boundaries by conducting operations joint police, ensuring strict enforcement of regulations issued by …

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Groom and guests injured as police burst into Mehndi function

A team of policemen from the Kota police station in Udupi, led by a police sub-inspector, allegedly broke into a Mehndi function taking place at a settlement in the Koraga tribal community and allegedly assaulted the groom and others. in the village of Kotatattu on Monday. night. Kotatattu is a …

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Karnataka state government imposes nighttime curfew from December 28

Karnataka state government has banned all New Year’s celebrations in public places The state government of Karnataka has decided to impose a ten-day nighttime curfew effective December 28. This was decided at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on December 26 with members of the technical advisory committee …

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B.Sc Nursing at Government Nursing College, Kavaratti: apply by December 18th | Nursing admissions in India

Kavaratti Medical and Health Services Directorate, under the Lakshadweep Union Territory Administration, invited applications for admission to the B.Sc. Nursing Program (4 years) at Government Nursing College, Kavaratti, Lakshadweep for the 2021-2022 academic year. Both male and female Indian citizens can apply. Preference will be given to natives of Lakshadweep. …

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Odisha will create 11 new police stations to fight cybercrime

Bhubaneswar, December 14 (IANS): In an effort to control the increase in cybercrime cases, Odisha’s government decided to set up 11 new police stations to deal with cybercrime and economic crime cases. The announcement was made by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in a statement Tuesday. According to the statement, the …

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Andhra HC suspends government order to cut movie ticket prices

Hyderabad, December 14 (IANS): The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Tuesday suspended a state government order slashing movie ticket prices. The court passed the orders on a motion filed by movie theater owners challenging Government Order (GO) 35 issued in April this year, slashing prices. It allowed the petitioners to …

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Kerala government never wanted chancellor: Vijayan

Thiruvananthapuram, December 12 (IANS): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said on Sunday his government never wanted the post of chancellor of state universities and asked Governor Arif Mohammed Khan not to quit his post. Speaking to reporters in Kannur, he said the post of chancellor had been provided to the …

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Government Should End Forced Conversions: Seer from Pejawar Mutt

The state government should enact an anti-religious conversion law to end religious conversion by force or inducement, Sri Vishwaprasanna Tirtha Swami, Sejawar Mutt’s seer, told Udupi Thursday. Regretting the deaths of four from a family after a reported attempt to convert a woman in Mangaluru on Wednesday, the swamiji said …

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Sinclairs Hotels adds new boutique hotel in Yangang, Sikkim, the 9th property in the Sinclairs chain

Sinclairs Hotels Limited has signed an agreement to acquire for rent a brand new 18 bedroom boutique property in Yangang, Sikkim. This property in South Sikkim will be the ninth property of the Sinclairs chain and its second property in Sikkim. Spread over an acre of land, the property enjoys …

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Andhra government withdraws controversial order on female police officers

Amaravati, December 9 (IANS): The government of Andhra Pradesh told the High Court on Thursday that it was withdrawing an order designating Grama Mahila Samrakshana Karyadarsis or the secretaries for the protection of women as “Mahila’s police”. At the hearing of a petition challenging the order, the government informed the …

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Sinclairs Hotels adds a new boutique hotel in Yangang, Sikkim, the 9th property of the Sinclairs chain

Sinclairs Hotels Limited has signed an agreement to lease a brand new 18 bedroom boutique property in Yangang, Sikkim. This property in South Sikkim will be the ninth property in the Sinclairs chain and its second property in Sikkim. Spread over an acre of land, the property enjoys a scenic …

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Bangalore: state government decides to cut SSLC program by 20%

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, November 27: The state government has decided to earmark a 20 percent reduction in this year’s SSLC program. This reduction is made in order to compensate for the delayed start of the new academic year. A 30 percent reduction was allocated in the …

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Jagan’s government overturns laws, sticks to 3 momentous decisions

Amaravati, November 22 (IANS): The government of Andhra Pradesh on Monday repealed two laws enacted last year to create three state capitals, but said it would introduce comprehensive new legislation addressing all issues, including legal issues for the sake of common population. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy told the …

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Siddaramaiah calls on Karnataka BJP government to repeal two agricultural laws introduced last year

India oi-PTI | Posted: Sunday November 21st, 2021 0:24 [IST] Bangalore, November 20: Calling on the ruling BJP in Karnataka to take inspiration from Narendra Modi’s government, which has decided to repeal agricultural laws, former chief minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday demanded that the state immediately repeal the APMC (amendment) law …

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“No action against online gaming companies”: the government of Karnataka before the High Court

Bangalore, November 12 (IANS): The Karnataka government assured the High Court that no enforcement action will be taken against online gambling companies operating in the state despite the new law allowing authorities to take action. The state government, through the council, pledged in this regard on Thursday before the division …

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Priority to secure jobs for Kannadigas in the private, government and semi-government sectors

From our special correspondentDaijiworld Media Network Bangalore, November 1 Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has pledged to prioritize Kannadigas for jobs in the private, government and semi-government sectors. Speaking at the 66th Karnataka Rajyothsava Day celebrations held by the State Department of Education at Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru on Monday, he …

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The state government is committed to developing the Kalyana Karnataka region: Nirani

Reiterating that the state government is determined to develop the Kalyana Karnataka region, Minister of Large and Medium Industries Murugesh Nirani said that the state demand for the region is not fair from any organization. He was addressing the media after offering floral tributes to Goddess Bhuvaneshwari to mark the …

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Karnataka government orders temples to worship cows on ‘Govardhan Puja’

Karnataka government orders temples to worship the cow on November 5 PTI, Bangalore, October 27, 2021, 7:01 pm is updated: 27 October 2021, 19:40 ist Karnataka’s Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department ordered temples under its control to worship cows on November 5, the day after Deepavali, a minister said. …

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TEDx Gateway collaborates with the government of Maharashtra

By IANSlife New Delhi, October 8 (IANSlife): TEDxGateway, an independently hosted TED event, and the government of Maharashtra today announced TEDx Gateway Countdown 2021, a global initiative to champion and accelerate solutions to the climate crisis and turn ideas into action. Scheduled for October 31, 2021, starting at 4:00 p.m. …

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Kaup Block Congress Protests State and Central Government

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (JD) Kaup, October 6: The Kaup Block Congress held a torchlight march condemning the state government’s anti-Hindu rules and central government anti-farm laws on Tuesday, October 6. The torchlight march started from Kaup Laxmijanardhana temple. A protest meeting was also organized in the town of …

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Notice to the government of Karnataka on the law to increase the property tax every year

The Karnataka High Court on Monday ordered the issuance of an opinion to the state government on a PIL petition questioning the legality of amendments to the law allowing municipalities and municipal corporations to increase property taxes each. year. A division bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and …

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Mysuru: government revises upwards compensation for Covid-related deaths

Daijiworld Media Network – Mysuru (SP) Mysuru, September 29: The government has changed the compensation amounts payable to families below the poverty line (BPL) and to non-BPL families who have suffered Covid-related deaths19. In the event of the death of a person belonging to the BPL family, the compensation was …

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Bengaluru: government maintains new hires – Departments suffer from staff shortage

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (SP) Bangalore, September 28: After the government halted all new hires in light of the coronavirus outbreak, many departments, including those that interact directly with the population, are operating with just 50 percent staff. As a result, the implementation of various government programs is delayed. …

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Mangalore University to fill pending positions soon

Mangalore University Vice Chancellor PS Yadapadithaya said on Wednesday that the university would start the process of filling teaching and non-teaching positions in the backlog reserved categories within a month. Speaking at the celebration of the 42nd day of the founding of the University of Mangalagangotri, he said the government …

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Reopening of the Rajasthan school 2021: the government gives the green light for the gradual reopening from September 20

Reopening of the Rajasthani school | Photo credit: iStock Images Highlights Rajasthan School Reopening 2021 will start for grades 1-8 in a phased manner. In accordance with recent government ordinances, schools in grades 6 to 8 will reopen from September 20 and those in grades 1 to 5 will reopen …

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Karnataka government opposes the introduction of fuel prices into the GST net

Bangalore, September 16 (IANS): The government of Karnataka stands ready to oppose the proposal to include gasoline and diesel within the scope of the goods and services tax (GST) at the meeting of the GST council that is taking place. will be held on Friday in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. The …

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PA Government Appoints Jumbo TTD Trust Board of Directors

Tirupati, September 16 (IANS): The government of Andhra Pradesh has appointed a giant-sized board of directors of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam (TTD), which manages the affairs of the world’s richest temple in Tirumala near here. The state government released three separate GOs on Wednesday evening, constituting an 82-member board of …

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Practical classes at the University of Mangalore to start next week | Mangaluru News

MANGALURU: The University of Mangalore has plans to hold hands-on on-campus classes for undergraduate and postgraduate science courses, starting next week. PS Yadapadithaya, vice-chancellor of the University of Mangalore, said a decision to start on-campus classes for other fields would be taken after September 15. He said: “The district administration …

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Classes 6-8 can be reopened: TAC in the government of Karnataka

The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) told the state government that physical classes for grades 6-8 “could be considered from September 13,” a move that comes amid a mixed response to offline classes. for grades 9 to 12 in rural and urban areas. TAC experts kept Ganesh Chaturthi in mind during …

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Rescued from Afghanistan, the inhabitants of Dakshina Kannada thank the government

Having missed the company of his family members for 11 long years, Desmond D’souza, from Kinnigoli here, takes a break and wants to enjoy this festive season with his family members. Shravan Anchan, from Bejai in the city, is trying to find a job here and keep earning money. Both …

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“Investing in places outside Bangalore, the government of Karnataka improves infrastructure”

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEIT in Karnataka for computer skills training Union Minister of State for Information Technology, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Rajeev Chandrashekar is fully committed to diversifying technology projects outside of Bengaluru, and measures are being taken to address infrastructure issues in Tier 2 …

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“Investing in places outside Bengaluru, Karnataka government is improving infrastructure”

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEITs in Karnataka for IT skills training Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar plans to have more NIEITs in Karnataka for IT skills training The Union Minister of State for Electronic Information Technology, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, Rajeev Chandrashekar, is fully committed to diversifying …

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Kaup: Belapu will have the very first government polytechnic institute approved by AICTE

Daijiworld Media Network – Kaup (SP) Kaup, August 7: Preparations are underway for the very first AICTE-approved Kaup Taluk government polytechnic college to start operating in Devinagar, Belapu village, starting this school year. The college will offer two diploma courses that are new to the district. The higher education department …

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Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Government releases guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 Bengaluru: The State Government Secretariat issued containment measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Karnataka on August 6. . Guidelines for surveillance, containment and caution issued by decree even number of July 3, 2021. Order of …

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Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes

Mangalore University postpones exams and offline classes MU had first postponed the exams in March this year due to the KSRTC staff strike DHNS, Mangaluru, 04 August 2021, 00:29 updated: 04 Aug 2021, 03:41 ist Mangalore University (MU) on Tuesday for the second time postponed all exams scheduled from Wednesday. …

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The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule

The University of Mangalore will organize the exams according to the schedule DHNS, Mangaluru, 01 August 2021, 22:23 is updated: 02 Aug 2021, 01:25 ist The University of Mangalore will organize the UG exams for the students of the first, third and fifth semesters according to the schedule from August …

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DMK government to convert Hosur to Silicon Valley: minister

Chennai, July 23 (IANS): Tamil Nadu Information Technology Minister T. Mano Thangaraj said on Friday that the DMK government under Chief Minister MK Stalin would turn the state’s Hosur into “Silicon Valley”. He said the previous AIADMK government suspended several projects proposed by the DMK government led by Chief Minister …

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Government of Rajasthan to roll out electric vehicle policy soon

By Archana Sharma Jaipur, July 22 (IANS): In the wake of the governments of Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat and Telangana, the government of Rajasthan is also poised to launch the much anticipated Electric Vehicle (EV) policy. “The draft EV policy is ready and will be sent to the finance department for …

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Tamil Nadu abandons recruitment outsourcing for government positions

Chennai, July 21 (IANS): Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian said on Wednesday that the state government would scrap outsourcing of recruitment to ministries and undertake direct recruitment only. Speaking to reporters here, he said there would now be no outsourcing recruitment and all hiring would be direct because …

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Another government land auction in Hyderabad fetches Rs 729 cr

Hyderabad, July 16 (IANS): A day after earning Rs 2,000 crore from the sale of about 50 acres of land at Kokapet here, the Telangana government on Friday generated an additional revenue of Rs 729.41 crore from the auction of 14, 91 acres in Khanamet near HITEC City. The Telangana …

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Bengaluru: State government spends Rs 8.11 crore on 36 luxury cars for guest use

Daijiworld Media Network – Bangalore (MS) Bangalore, June 19: The BJP state government led by Chief Minister (CM) BS Yediyurappa has withheld many development-related projects and is not releasing grants due to the coronavirus pandemic. But the purchase of 36 luxury cars for use by guests at a cost of …

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Mangaluru: Loss of Harekala Dam – Ravindra Shetty Vows to Get Government’s Attention

Mohan Kutar Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SP) Mangaluru, May 18: Chairman of Karnataka State Nomadic and Semi Nomadic Corporation, K Ravindra Shetty Ulidottu has promised to inform the state government of the loss of several million rupees suffered by the company implementing the Harekala-Adyar Dam project. He was speaking …

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Mangalore University asks court to challenge notification of ODL courses

Mangalore University has decided to challenge in court a recent state government notification that offered the exclusive right to deliver open and distance learning (ODL) courses at Karnataka State Open University. (KSOU) in Mysuru. The decision was taken otherwise with the government notification, the University of Mangalore will be forced …

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“Statute to be amended to recognize colleges affiliated with Mangalore University as research centers”

Mangalore University (MU) Vice-Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya has said that the law will be amended to recognize affiliated colleges/constituent colleges eligible as research centers, within the jurisdiction of the University of Mangalore. Mangalore. He was addressing a gathering at the Academic Council meeting and said colleges like Alva’s, Poornaprajna College, …

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Mangalore University will resume offline courses for final year UG, PG students from November 17th

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS) Mangaluru, November 15: The University of Mangalore has announced the resumption of offline courses for final year undergraduate and postgraduate students from November 17, in accordance with guidelines from the state government and the University Grants Commission (UGC) . Although the coronavirus infection rate …

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Students at the University of Mangalore can opt for online or offline courses

With the state government deciding to start degrees, PGs, diplomas, colleges of medicine and engineering from November 17, Mangalore University left it up to students to opt for courses. online or offline courses. Vice-Chancellor Prof. PS Yadapadithaya said: “After reviewing the local Covid-19 situation and the guidance from the state …

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Manipur government sets up special examination center for Mangalore University students

Imphal: Manipur Education Minister Thokchom Radheshyam Singh on Wednesday visited the special examination center organized by the state government for students taking exams organized by the University of Mangalore at the administrative headquarters of the ‘International University of Manipur, Ghari. About 60 students from different colleges affiliated with the University …

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Kerala erupts as Mangalore police arrest media staff

While two people were dead, four others were seriously injured and are in hospital Thiruvananthapuram: Crossing political affiliations, senior Kerala leaders on Friday raised strong objections to the measures taken by the Mangalore police after several media personnel from various Malayalam TV stations were arrested and as a result of …

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TV journalists arrested by Mangalore police

Police arrest television crews from several news channels | Source: Asianet News Journalists belonging to several Malayalam-language channels were arrested in Mangalore by police, according to reports from the media concerned. According to the channels, their television crews were reporting from Wenlock hospital, where the bodies of those killed in …

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Mangalore University has a chip on its shoulder

University violates the rules of the KTPP law; closes tender for Rs 3-crore project in 14 days It seems that the universities of Karnataka are breaking the rules. A month after State Higher Education Minister Basavaraj Rayareddi (Pro-Chancellor of All Universities) said, “I have no control over universities as they …

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